Note that "Assisted Install.txt" is named thusly, with the space.
You should also have "[Assisted Install]" in brackets on the first line.
You probably also want AI_SKIPDIALOG=1 and AI_REGISTRATION=0, to suppress those dialogs.
Here's what we use:
[Assisted Install] AI_USERNAME= AI_ORGANIZATION=Your Org AI_LICENSEKEY=Your-License-Key AI_LANGUAGE=English AI_APPLICATIONUSERS=AllUsers AI_NONEWDATABASES=0 AI_SHORTCUTS=1 AI_REGISTRATION=0 AI_SKIPDIALOG=1 AI_DISABLEUPDATENOTIFY=1 AI_DISABLEVERSIONNOTIFY=1 AI_DISABLEPLUGINS=0 AI_DISABLEXDBC=0 AI_DISABLEIWP=0
Thanks, I do have that all set (I just didn't paste the whole doc but here it is).
Then I'd double-check the Assisted Install.txt file's name, make sure it's in the same folder as the setup.ini file, and make sure the user running the installation has read permissions on the file. If all that's correct, I think you are probably doing Assisted Install.txt right and the problem lies elsewhere.
Silent installs on Windows systems can require a bit of black magic. If you're using GPO or logon.bat, make sure you're up to date on applicable blood sacrifices.
This is a bit old thread, but I meet similar problem on FMP14.
CmdLine=/qb+ seems no effect to installer language, then use administrator command line
setup.exe /s /v"/qb+"
succeeded to prevent language selection dialog.
If you edit CmdLine, command line can be
My problem is specifying AI_LANGUAGE. Two documents say different things, and both failed.
Sorry one of two is Japanese
First says use "Japanese", but it installed English.
Second says use "日本語" on NON-English OS (me), but no extra folder copied.
Finally succeeded using "日本語" in unicode with BOM and change line delimiter to CRLF. (shipped file had CR/CRLF mixture)